Latest children and young people News

Choice and control: are whitegoods disability supports? Here’s what proposed NDIS reforms say
Children’s community mental health hub opens in the South West
Porn, deep fakes, sextortion, and coercive control: Sold out symposium on technology-facilitated sexual violence explores the “new normal.”
Young People In Care To Help Drive Change
Prime Minister launches Government Targets
Children, youth and technology – how to keep young people safe online
Our Region, Our People: Meet Fred
Monash University academic joins prestigious World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders
The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund finances 8 research positions at KI
Update: Children, Young People And Arts Advice Report
Victorian Kids Set Summer Reading Record
Reforms for Outcomes Program Quarterly Meeting Summary Friday 23 February 2024
New £7M research investment to investigate population-based improvement of mental health
Former health minister joins South West Hospital and Health Board
Kids To Hit Books For Premiers’ Reading Challenge
Making life better without harming the planet – a challenge for this year’s public school game changers
How Can We Minimise Harms Of Alcohol On Peninsula?
How Can We Minimise Harms Of Alcohol In Peninsula?
Toughest ‘nang’ Rules In Australia To Protect WA Kids
Your voice matters in shaping the future of cancer care in Queensland
Submission regarding children and young people with disability in New South Wales educational settings
Minns defies civil society, expert consensus, crossbench, opposition, own government, to force through laws to jail children
Children of the revolution: nurturing a sustainable future
Leading health organisations unite behind e-cigarette reforms protecting young Australians
Stage 2 Of Vaping Reforms Introduced In Parliament
ONE IN THREE AUSSIES FEAR EXTREME WEATHER WILL FORCE THEM TO PERMANENTLY LEAVE THEIR HOMES 
School counsellor vacancies drop amid recruitment drive to support student wellbeing
New Hydrotherapy Pools To Support Specialist Schools
By the time they are 20, more than four in five men and two in three women have been exposed to pornography: new research
Tough child sex offence restrictions protecting children pass Parliament
Queensland Government responds to review of non-state schools accreditation framework
Legislation continues systemic improvement for child and youth protection system
A Stronger Justice System For Tasmania
Treasurer Jim Chalmers, Stan Grant and international guests join ChangeFest2024
Info sessions: keeping children and young people safe online
Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Holds Follow-Up Dialogue on Inquiry Report of the United Kingdom
What Unites Us Over What Divides Us: Australian Communities Lead the Way with Treasurer Jim Chalmers and Stan Grant
Hope And Optimism On Rise Among Young People
National coalition of community organisations calls on the Federal Government to ‘fix housing for young people’ as data reveals 44% still homeless after support
Our Strong Plan For Tasmanian Schools And Student Literacy
Council’s Child Safe Policy
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Masculinity expert Michael Flood on boys and men behaving badly
$5 Million Grant For Tracking Cube
Youth justice package a missed opportunity
Greens push to hire 50 new school psychologists, 40 social workers
Greens Support Human Rights Act For Tasmania
Partnership Agreement with Aboriginal Leadership Group launched
Queensland Moves To Close Gap Under New Agreement